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Who Do I Tithe To
  
Yes NT tithing IS in the Bible look at Matthew 23:23"Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For ye pay tithe of mint and anise and cummin, and have omitted the weightier matters of the law: judgment, mercy, and faith. These ought ye to have done and not to leave the other undone.And Matthew 5:17-20: I will send you that in another post as it was too long for this one.


How To Get Along With Mom
  
I do not have a good relationship with my mother and I am 29 years old. I am learning to pray for her and to pray that God will show me my imperfections as well. I can tell you this, while you are still young, do all that you can to get to know her and love her even if she gets on your nerves. It will have a huge effect on your relationship later if you don't communicate and trust in God.


My Son Has Some Tough Issues
  
A prayerful answer, from personal experience. Tough love has its place, unconditional love must prevail though. It's okay to ask your son to leave if he won't obey house rules. Your home must be healthy for you & other family members. Respecting that is your son's responsibility. Coming home again requires accepting that responsibility. You are NOT divorcing your son, you're allowing him opportunities to grow, to become God's man. Trust Jesus to change him from the inside out.


My Son Has Some Tough Issues
  
A prayerful answer, from personal experience. Tough love has its place, unconditional love must prevail though. It's okay to ask your son to leave if he won't obey house rules. Your home must be healthy for you & other family members. Respecting that is your son's responsibility. Coming home again requires accepting that responsibility. You are NOT divorcing your son, you're allowing him opportunities to grow, to become God's man. Trust Jesus to change him from the inside out.



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